Writing Workbook Ages 3–5: Prepare for Preschool with easy home learning (Collins Easy Learning Preschool)


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Collins Easy Learning Activity Books

Collins Easy Learning

Collins Easy Learning

home school;teaching at home

Collins Easy Learning

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Additional information

Dimensions 20.96 × 0.25 × 29.85 cm



Collins; Revised ed. edition 18 Jan. 2022




24 pages





Reading age

3 - 5 years


20.96 x 0.25 x 29.85 cm


  1. Ruth

    Amaz­ing extra exer­cise for their hand­writ­ing to progress it on.Great book to keep your lit­tle one with some extra learn­ing expe­ri­ence at home! We love it tried it and keep their inter­est going to do more. Helps with their hand­writ­ing. Came right on time! Thank you and would rec­om­mend this.

  2. Lace

    Was expect­ing more but still good to keep kids occu­pied.I did read a few reviews, unfor­tu­nate­ly after pur­chas­ing. Rook­ie mistake.This prod­uct is good for keep­ing chil­dren occu­pied and the pages are easy to com­plete which makes it bril­liant for chil­dren in iso­la­tion that don’t real­ly want to be doing school work right now.I was hop­ing for more pages, more of a book where­as this is just a few pages.I also think the age range could be low­ered. How­ev­er that being said this is a good book for chil­dren who strug­gle to stay on task of things, my 5 year old nephew strug­gles to stay inter­est­ed and this was a bril­liant book to keep him going as it was short and sweet, where­as my 7 year old nephew (obvi­ous­ly above the age range for this book) flew through the pages.

  3. Ama­zon Customer

    but if I were a 3 year old I would be very pleased with this bookI mean he just scrib­bled all over it, but if I were a 3 year old I would be very pleased with this book! The activ­i­ties are a per­fect chal­lenge, the cer­tifi­cate at the end is a very nice touch. Pity he won’t be get­ting it.

  4. Clare Mitchell

    Ide­al to help with let­ter-writ­ing at homeI bought this for my 4 year old as she’s been learn­ing to write let­ters at nurs­ery so have want­ed to help her at home too. She’s loved her work­book! It’s tak­en her only a cou­ple of weeks to com­plete because she’s always want­i­ng to do it.She was nev­er con­fi­dent copy­ing let­ters so this was ide­al because u can also trace let­ters, which is about where she is up to. I’d defi­nate­ly buy anoth­er of these type of work­books again

  5. Eri­ca @ricci.reads

    Just what I was look­ing for.My son has ASD and needs extra sup­port with lit­er­a­cy so I was rec­om­mend­ed these kinds of activ­i­ties to start prepar­ing him for start­ing Pri­ma­ry School.I pur­chased this in con­junc­tion with anoth­er Collins easy learn­ing title (pic­tured) and I think we’ll start with that one first and then con­tin­ue with this. They con­tain the same exer­cis­es, although this one seems to have more per page to practice.I’m very hap­py with this pur­chase — these are great val­ue and I’ll def­i­nite­ly be pur­chas­ing more of these for my son over the com­ing months.

  6. Don­na Goodson

    grand­son loves itI have a few books in this range at my house for when my 3 yr old grand­son to do when he comes round. he loves prac­tis­ing with his num­bers and let­ters and finds these books great fun.he may not always get it all per­fect­ly right, but prac­tice makes per­fect and he’s hav­ing fun learn­ing, so that’s all that matters.this one was slight­ly reduced when i got it so mak­ing it even bet­ter val­ue, so all good .

  7. Vonnie2021

    I love this real­ly amaz­ing work­bookI bought this awe­some work­book for my 2 year old grand­daugh­ter who loves draw­ing. Bless her! 😁 I feel this is the per­fect book for your child whose ready to learn how to write and form let­ters cor­rect­ly before start­ing Nurs­ery. It has every­thing from join­ing the dots to write num­bers 0–9; a, b, c’s (upper and low­er case) and draw­ing shapes. They can also draw along lines; pat­terns; colour match and dot to dot. They can also prac­tise writ­ing down the words they have mas­tered writ­ing which is near the end of the book. I love that at the end of a page there’s a note with sug­ges­tions for the par­ents and on the oppo­site page there is a (Well done! Now colour the ⭐ or ⭐⭐⭐ to encour­age your child and make them feel excit­ed thatthey have achieved some­thing by them­selves. On the very last page there’s a won­der­ful Cer­tifi­cate of Achieve­ment which I’m sure you could copy and lam­i­nate it to put on the child’s wall! I would def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend this book as it has every­thing you need to encour­age your child’s learning.

  8. Con­nie

    Great!This is a great edu­ca­tion­al book. It has lots of dif­fer­ent writ­ing activ­i­ties so my child does­n’t get bored doing the same task. It’s nice and colour­ful and even has a cer­tifi­cate at the back for them!I bought this for my daugh­ter who is autis­tic and is learn­ing at a low­er age and this seems per­fect for her!

  9. happy_girl03hk

    Great for start­ing learn­ing alpha­bet!This exer­cise is per­fect for age 4. I am start­ing prac­tic­ing with my son who are just learn­ing to hold a pen to writ­ing , he can fol­low the line to learn­ing how to write the alpha­bet, that’s inter­est­ing for him. Every page will have some­thing else to do , not just to write the alpha­bet. This book is suit­able for chil­dren who are start to school.

  10. Ms

    Very engag­ing for new learn­ers and bril­liant instruc­tions for par­ents to help form let­ters if your …My daugh­ter instant­ly picked this book up and start­ed trac­ing her let­ters. Very engag­ing for new learn­ers and bril­liant instruc­tions for par­ents to help form let­ters if your child learns phon­i­cal­ly. High­ly recommended

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